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out of your way, there it is, to the east of boston out of here and high pressure will build through the region. we'll have a nice couple of days across the area. as that area of high pressure moves overhead today gets a little bit south and east of us tomorrow, our wind will shift out of the south and west and that will allow temperatures to warm up around here for the first time this month. we'll have temperatures in the 60s tomorrow. 57 today, good looking day. less wind than yesterday. still a little breezy at times. plenty of sunshine but otherwise a nice-looking day. going to be cold overnight with temperatures back in the 30s and low 40s. there you go, saturday, sunday, monday, mid- to upper 60s. i think we'll get awfully close to 70 on veterans day on sunday. our next chance for rain showers doesn't arrive until tuesday. let's see if julie can do her part and get the latest. >> not i allot happening right now out on 66. our crew in sky fox still hovering coming east. the lanes are open, no accidents to report continuing eastbound working your way into centreville. lanes are a
in boston, a little bit different story there. tea injected and subdued but mitt romney was gracious in his concession speech. he said he no regular it is a and asked all americans to help get the country back on top. >> the nation, as you know, is at a critical point. at a time like this, we can't risk partisan bickering and political posturing. our leaders have to reach across the aisle to do the people's work. and we citizens also have to rise to the occasion. e occasio >> reporter: running mate paul ryan of wisconsin returns to the house of of representsives where he will resume his post as chairman of the house budget economyee. not clear what mitt romney plans to do next after 17 months of a tbriewling quest for the president divincenzoy. >>> democrats retain control of the senate and republicans retain control of the house ensuring more divided economy. -- after 17 months of a grueling quest to the presidency. >>> historic ballot questions in maryland approved. the dream act, same-sex marriage and expanded gambling all passed. >>> a look at the morni's other headlines coming up. >> f
remember and protests when the chain's coo came out against gay marriage. racing canes and boston market came in second and third in the survey. >> all right. well, it is a first in u.s. history the average number of monthly texts isn't by american users dropped from about 700 messages to 675 in the third quarter. now, text messaging revenues were also down for the first time in history. the drop is largely due to the increase in smart phones. many applications offer free text messaging services that allows wireless customers to send and receive texts by piggybacking on their existing data plans. >> i'm a dinosaur. i had no idea about that. >> we have to find out about it. still ahead on fox 5 morning news, we are flipping through the opinions of history. holly is live in silver spring with a preview of a very big event for book lovers. we're back in a moment. a momen 11/14/12 >>> good morning, everybody. i'm holly morris. if you are passionate about books, passionate about arts or creative living, i have the weekend event for you as the pyramid atlantic book arts fair is going on. thi
out your warmer air on the eastern seaboard. 63 in boston. 32 back in binghamton. much colder air off to the north appear west. later tonight, our temperatures will get close to freezing as well. forecast high, 52 here in town. 50 in annapolis and 46 in winchester. not sure it is going to feel that warm when you mix in the winds. >> let's check in with julie wright with the latest on traffic. >> all right, guys, on the roads, you will find we definitely have our hands full out here on the roadways. we have accident activity slowing down your roll eastbound on the freeway as you make your way over to sixth street northeast. heavy volume heading over towards that accident scene. well north of town, we have delays on the wet pavement. southbound 270, already an hours drive headed southbound with all lanes open, no accidents, just volume and the combination of wet pavement. crash here on the upper loop before old georgetown road tying up two left lanes. this is definitely going to impact your commute f you are coming southbound off of 270, all will merge on to the inner loop well past th
. >>> in the morning line, the wizards were in boston looking for their first win of the season. final seconds left in the game, chris singleton throws down the jam to tie it and send it in overtime. the celtics would win it 100- 94. the woirtdz are now winless in three games this season. >>> duane wade is eying her ily waiting to hear when his team will make a traditional championship trip to the white house. wade has been an ardent supporter of president obama. miami will be in d.c. to face the wizards december 4th. it is possible the white house visit could happen around that time. why not, since they're already here. why not? go meet the president while air here. >> i think the christmas tree lighting might be that day. >> is it? >> i feel like it is right around this. the forecast, we're a little cool out there. had our first flakes of the season last night at reagan national. that is a big deal. and things are getting better here over the next couple of days. the trend will be to warm things up. a nice pattern change ahead. today, we'll transition out of the of the cloud cover we had. we're h
. >> now, romney will be watching returns in boston tonight. president obama will be watching from chicago. polls in virginia have been open for about half an hour now and voting in maryland and d.c. is set to begin shortly at 7:00 a.m. >> battleground virginia will prove to be crucial for candidates with 13 electoral votes up for grabs as well as a highly contested race for a u.s. senate seat. melanie alnwick is live with the latest now. good morning. >> good morning. things have certainly been picking up not only here at the polling place in langley, virginia at langley high school but also at precincts around the state as people try to get in their votes before they head off this morning. we understand that senate candidate george allen has showed up also at his polling place in mount vernon and that he is in a line of about 200 people. they are not getting any special treatment there. he will have to wait until everybody el goes through in order to cast his vote presumably for himself and here inside langley high school, there is probably about 100 sore people waiting in line and soon
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